Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Running Free

The fenced-in dog barks at the one running free.

14 comments:

  1. So true! My dogs only bark at other dogs when they're behind a fence. What kills me is that humans act as if that's unnatural dog behavior...LOL!

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  2. So true, and what a great parallel to life. Love it, Marty!

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  3. Yes they do Marty, yes they do. But no matter how loudly they protest, it's a fleeting sound to the runner.

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  4. however, there is always envy of safety from the dog running free...

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  5. Awesome one,

    It is always the fenced in Dogs that seem the least happy.

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  6. That is an apt observation, NP.

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  7. Its amazing how that happens. We notice that all the time, but never put it in such words that make sense on a grander scale.

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  8. I just read the last few aphorisms and I must say...I see me in all of them. Egocentric? No...just the truth. Thank you...I've missed my blogging friends :)

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  9. This is a "grass always greener" type vibe, right?

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    1. Only in this case, Dale, the grass really is greener on the other side.

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  10. People everywhere just want to be free! (OK, that was from a song, but so true). Freedom without restriction is such an essential part of the human spirit!

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